Abilene Reporter News, March 16, 1962

Abilene Reporter News

March 16, 1962

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Issue date: Friday, March 16, 1962

Pages available: 92

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Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1962, Abilene, Texas "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE.SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 81ST YEAR, NO. 272 ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 16, PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS issociated Press (iP) Nikita Says Space Orbited CAfT. GREGROY THOMAS pilot (AT Wlrtptioto) KOBKHT WISH copilot GEORGE NAU flight engineer MOSCOW (API-Soviet Premier (hrushchov announced today Ihc Soviet Union has put a new space vehicle in orbit. At the same time ic threatened Ihc United States vith what he called tow Thursday nighl when the So- i'iel Union rejected President Kennedy's tcr.ns for a lest ban. Resumption of U.S. nuclear weap- on tests in the atmosphere nexl month appeared inevitable as a result. Tlie Sovicls once more refused lo accept foreign inspectors on their territory lo check against violations of a test ban. They ap- peared certain lo maintain this opposition lo international inspec- tion where all other disarmament measures were concerned. The Western .powers were just He added that in these days lien would have lo be insane to login a nuclear war. He said there arc some signs bill Ihe international atmosphere s improving but "the situation still remains complicated and :cnse." This is so, he continued, be- cause the Western powers hate the idea of giving up their weap- ons. He promised patience in Ihe settlement of the German rutes- :ion but insisted that it "cannot delay endlessly Ihe solution of Ihis important task." Khrushchev made the announce- ment in a completely offhand manner while a scicnlisi was speaking at Ihe meeling in the Kremlin. The scientist, Alexander Yshlin- sky, commented. "We are launch- ing cosmic and Khrush- chcv interrupted from his seat back of the rostrum. "One was launched today al 3 o'clock and it is already in he said. He did not specify whether it was 3 a.m. or 3 p.m. and Sovici sources were unable to say imme- diately. Khrushchev made Ihe announce- ment lo a crowd of about and it brought a quick cheer. Checks with the Soviet news igcncy Tass and the Academy ol Science failed to produce any ad- ditional information immediately, After making today's off-lhe-cufl announcement. Khrushchev lis- ened lo a number of othor speak >rs at the rally, intended to boost him for re-election to Ihe Supreme '.oviel in Sunday's balloting. He las, of course, no opposition. A thunder of applause greeted he Soviet premier when he en- cred the hall. Speakers preceding him included a melal factory fore- nan, a woman doctor, ihe head of hospital, an engineer, an aca- lemician and several others. Present also were President I.e- onid Brzhnev and oilier members of I'ne Presidium. Khrushchev began his election speech by declaring that "only (he aliml cannot see lhal the future belongs lo communism." Looking up al his constituents seated in the big modernistic au- ditorium in the Kremlin, Khrush- chev said: ncrcaseri ils unemployment by a nillion to 4.7 million, besides unny partly unemployed. With sweeping arms he told low terrible it was for a man to come home day after day wilhout job. "That does not happen in he Soviet hc said. as adamant in their refusal to disarm wilhout international in spection of the Sovicls. Without a break in the ICasl-West dead- lock over inspection measure! Western diplomnts ?aw no nucleus from wilich Premier's sys-jbope for progress hut thoy in tern of refineries nnd pipelines de- vclopcd. There was no indication lhat Ihc Balrri plant's ulmngo ol status would affect tho company's other opcrnlioiis, Anil said, tended to keep on trying, foi weeks nr months, If necessary. Moscow's nnswer to Kennedy's lest Imn proposal was givci Thursday night by Soviet Ambas sador Scmyon K. Tsarnpkin, SURE'-N O'KELLEY IS ME Irishmen ;in; preparing for. St.. Patrick's Day with the' usual' supply -.ol shamrocks. Saturday -is THE day tor Irishmen all over the world to celebrate with the wearin' of the green. Carolyn is Ihe daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. O'Kolley of 1377 Pioneer and is a junior at Abilene High. (For more details of. the wearing o' the green, see Pg. i-B) (Staff photo by Henry Wolff Jr.) Texas could effectively scathing comment from. ils sales industrial tax gvowlh, a revival in Don Yarbo- rough, Democratic candidate for governor, told voters here Friday mnrning. The 315-year-old Houston lawyer said he stands for repeal of the [increase sa-cs tax and "I say it can betdrivers repealed within the first term of office." "But you have to have some- thing to take ils he told about 20 persons attending a re- ceplion at the Windsor Hotel. An upsurge in industry, particu- larly oil, would provide the need- ed replacement, he said. Yarbo- rough is the only candidate in the governor's race advocating sales tax repeal. He said Texas, with the Rail- Yarborough. "It's one of the most ridiculous plans ever devised in he said. It amounts to double jeop- ardy, he claimed. "The good driv- ers have been penalized with an road Commission selling a low YARBOHOUGH, YOUNG Yar- borongh, right, Houston lawyer running for the Democratic nomination for governor, chats with Rill Mclntire, Abilene Christian College student who is the son of Yarborougli's state campaign manager. Yarbovough spoke Friday at a reception in the Wind- sor Hotel. (Staff in rates, while the bad are being penalized through rale increases, plus pay- ing over a period- of three years." He said he favors strong states rights concerning federal medical aid and aid to schools, but quali- fied it Ihusly: For Texas to take care of ils own problems first, if it can. but if it can't, then accept federal aid. "Thus far, Texas has failed miserably in meeting these re- sponsibilities." he said. Ya Thorough, campaigning in Abilene after stops in San Angelo, Ballinger, Coleman and Brown- monthly allowable, is supporting the nation's oil prices. "The Rail- wood, commented thai the most NEWS INDEX SECTION A To Your Gooo" Health 5 Sporli 8-10 Obiluon'cj 11 SECTION B Radio-TV logi......... 1 TV Report............ 1 Women'i nowi 3 Bridge 5 Amulorncnt! i Edllorloli ComFei 7 Builniti Outlook 11 road Commission is a lackey Uie eastern oil industry. "We have been following politi- cal 'Pied Pipers' who Id! the oil- men to 'slick Yarho- raigh said. This advice is destroy- the small independent oil men in Texas, hc said. Yarborough said he proposes at Icasl doubling Ihc monthly oil al- lowable, the U. S.- Senate. He referred to One voter asked, "Can't we im- all editorial published by the Re- pose a state embargo on oil March 8 slating ap- proval of the proposed SS'-i-niile "I'm afraid park on Padre Island and replied, "nut we a the sland taken hy important issues of Ihis year's campaign were Ihe general sales tax, equal rights for the small businessman and Texas' industrial growth. Yarborough congratulated the Abilene Reporter-News for taking a "forward progressive stand" on the Padre Island National Sea Shore Park proposed now before RUSK, Tex, Dr. .lames Krcinu-yer. a Rusk gumcnls were heard today in Ihe Stale Hospital psychiatrist. Icsli- nun-del- trial of John Kdwin My- ficd that Myers had a personality! crs, accused of four slnyings He said that ho is not a macabre ride from Illinois to'psycholic and lhal hc did embargo on oil said. r knfm.iplac.c a just tax on interstate pipe- difference between right the lime of the crime STidlnixl. Tlie case was expected to rciichtwi'onl5 nt the jury during the afternoon, I10W' K.icli side had 90 minutes for! .Myers, .12. is being tried in Ihe arguments. Cherokee Cminly Ally. Paul CoxjDcKraai. a hitchhiker from Ot- and Dist. Ally. Union Brown de- lumwa, Iowa, mandcd the death penally for He and a girl companion, Cliicngo man for Ihc slaying of yc.-ir-old Rflnna Marie Stone Arthur I.cn DrKrnai of Oltumwa, Iowa. Tlie taly was found near Big Spring last Kenti-mber. 'lines. He pointed out Friday that the needed industrial growth can suc- ceed only with aggressive leader- ship. "Don't vote according to aj John Tower, who proposed shorter beach park. WEATHER Islaying last Sept. 5 of Arthur labels, but for the 1.1- of Chicago, have admitted killing DoKroai nnd three other persons for money while driving from Illi- Myors and his schoolgirl fricml.lnoif. into Texas. They obtained only from (lie- four victims. Donna Stone, rested the next day were nr- Both are from Chicago. Defense lawyers reviewed their plea Unit Myers was insane when Ihc victim svas killed. The state offered one rcbullal The defense called witnesses, bolh also only from Iwo the man lhal wants to see Texas grow." hc said. Regarding the sales tax. hc said he would, if necessary, "call for persons to demonstrate in; prolesl on Ihe stale house lawn in Austin" if he were elected gov- l1. S. DF.r-AHlMKST OK COMMKHCB HK.VTIILR UrilKAU twcalhrr map. ruse 1-Al ABII.KNK AND t dalfl liht! nliOll: .l [Uromeler ttiduvt at 19.44. Humidity It noon: U oer MatT ;